NDP bus spins its wheels as all parties leaders push before Tuesday's election

The driver of a relief bus that was called in watches as a tow truck operator tries to free NDP Leader John Horgan's campaign bus after it became stuck while trying to exit a parking lot in Surrey, B.C., on Monday May 8, 2017. A provincial election will be held on Tuesday.
Image Credit: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

SURREY, B.C. - With just one day left before the British Columbia election, the New Democrats' campaign was left spinning its wheels — literally.

At an election stop in Surrey, the NDP bus was hung up on a bump, leaving some of its wheels briefly spinning in the air.

NDP Leader John Horgan tweeted that he was less worried about his bus and more concerned about British Columbians getting stuck with four more years of Liberal Leader Christy Clark.

A large tow truck got the bus back on the road.

The party made light of the incident, playing a song once everyone was back aboard about a stuck bus.

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